BITTER UNTIL MY DYING DAY
Read the story of why Trudee and her friends were being forced to marry in their young age. More
Trudee's great-granddaughter over helping her to clean the house when she tells her, "baby, never marry a man, and never marry a "Puerto Rican" man." Doris asks, "Why not grandma; you married one." Trudee looks at her great-granddaughter with hateful eyes and says, "That bastard is dead. I hate him and I hate you...the dead bastard was no good and look at you; you're a part of him." Doris looks into her great-grandmother's eyes and says, "Why are you so bitter?" Trudee tells her, "I will be bitter until my dying day, all because of that dead bastard and you!"
Read the story of why Trudee and her friends were being forced to marry in their young age.
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